Blowholes Campground

Caravan Parks & Camping Carnarvon 3 stars (self rated)

Description

Check In: 11:00|Check Out: 10:00

The Blowholes Campground, also known as Point Quobba, is located along the Quobba coastline nearby the awe-inspiring sight of the Blowholes is located just 75 kilometres north of Carnarvon on a bitumen road. Powerful ocean swells force water through sea caves and up out of narrow holes in the rocks, jets of water erupt into the air, sometimes up to a height of 20 metres, creating a spectacular sight.

Just one kilometre south of the Blowholes is a calm coral-filled lagoon known to the locals as the 'Aquarium', with fish and shells in abundance and a white sandy beach, making it a perfect hangout spot for the family or even a beach picnic. The lagoon is an ideal spot for snorkelling, especially for those least confident in the water.

It's important to plan your trip to the Blowholes, you want to get the most out of the experience. The Blowholes perform best when the tide is surging in for high tide, high tide isn't the best time as the water covers the narrow holes in the rocks, where the jets of water erupt from. Another important tip before setting off on your Blowholes adventure is to ensure you have plenty of water, food and general supplies.

Facilities

  • Boat Ramp
  • Bushwalking Trails
  • Unpowered Sites

Map & Directions

Quobba Station, Carnarvon WA 6701, Australia

Directions

The Blowholes Campground is located 75km north of Carnarvon. It is accessible to all vehicles being a bitumen road. Please ensure you bring all your supplies with you, including fuel, food, and water. There are no facilities or shops nearby.

Product Information

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Blowholes Campground

Room Configuration: Unpowered Site
Maximum Guests: 6

Room Configuration: Unpowered Site
Maximum Guests: 6

The Blowholes Campground is a wilderness campground and by paying online, you are not booking a specific site. On arrival, you can find yourself a suitable camp for the duration of your stay. Blowholes are suitable for those who are self-sufficient, including chemical toilets. Toilets are only available for day visitors due to the vast distance between toilets and campsites. The wilderness campsite offers unpowered camping sites only.​ Some campsites offer direct views of the Point Quobba beach and others nestled between the dunes and shacks. On-site, there is a dump point and rubbish collection. You must bring your own water, food, and general supplies. If you wish to stay longer, you will need to pay the additional fees online or call the Visitor Centre to make payment over the phone on (08) 9941 1146.

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Blowholes Campground - SENIORS RATE

Room Configuration: Unpowered Site
Maximum Guests: 6

Room Configuration: Unpowered Site
Maximum Guests: 6

The Blowholes Campground is a wilderness campground and by paying online, you are not booking a specific site. On arrival, you can find yourself a suitable camp for the duration of your stay. Blowholes are suitable for those who are self-sufficient, including chemical toilets. Toilets are only available for day visitors due to the vast distance between toilets and campsites. The wilderness campsite offers unpowered camping sites only.​ Some campsites offer direct views of the Point Quobba beach and others nestled between the dunes and shacks. On-site, there is a dump point and rubbish collection. You must bring your own water, food, and general supplies. If you wish to stay longer, you will need to pay the additional fees online or call the Visitor Centre to make payment over the phone on (08) 9941 1146.

Cancellation Policy

You must contact us by email to confirm you wish to cancel your booking – info@carnarvon.org.au If we receive your email 7 days or more prior to your arrival date we will refund 100% of the total fee paid. Refunds may take up to 3 days to be processed. If we receive your email after this time no refund will be made. TERMS & CONDITIONS •Campers are advised that; the maximum length of stay for overnight campers/caravans at the Blowholes Campgrounds is thirty (30) days during peak season which runs from the 1st of April to the 1st of October. •The maximum legislated stay at any one campground is ninety (90) days in any calendar year; peak period thirty (30) days inclusive. •Fees may be collected by a Carnarvon Shire representative or placed in the honesty box at the entrance of the campground daily. Blowholes fees are $11 per person per night or Seniors $8 per person per night. Children under 16 years are free. •Pets are welcome; however all animals must be always kept on a lead. 1080 poison is in the area and can be fatal to domestic pets. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pet to avoid inconvenience to other campers and you must never leave your pet unattended. •FISHING – Please observe fishing sanctuary area restrictions – contact Department of Fisheries (08)9941 1185 •Not permitted on the beach unless for the purpose of boat launching. The beach is a known turtle nesting area conserve our native environment. Use designated Boat Ramp parking areas. •Respect your fellow campers and look out for each other to make everyone is stay as enjoyable as possible. No excessive noise after 9pm. Please abide by directions of the Shire Representative. •Carnarvon Shire Rangers regularly visit the campsites to ensure compliance by campers and visitors. These rules are in place for the safety and security of all patrons of the campgrounds. Failure to comply with these rules could result in eviction. The registered occupant of a site or accommodation is responsible for all members of their party and any guests and or visitors.